Taking the tour is a wonderful way to see the Valley

Tour de Bella Coola lets you celebrate life in the Valley on May 2nd

Each springtime heralds the coming of the annual Tour de Bella Coola, our own 60km Valley bike tour.

Each springtime heralds the coming of the annual Tour de Bella Coola, our own 60km Valley bike tour. It is truly an awe-inspiring time of the year to ride the Valley. The sweet scent of cottonwoods, verdant greens of every shade, and spectacular mountain views propel you along the Valley floor.

A time to muse, enjoy friendship and family or challenge your athleticism; the tour is what you make it.

So start tuning up the bike and body and participate in this outdoors experience. The tour is designed for all fitness levels with optional pick ups at 15km increments. Rest and sizzling burgers await you at the beautiful Tweedsmuir Park lodge.

There is a $20 registration fee, pre-registration is required. Forms can be picked up at the Career Centre or online at https://sites.google.com/site/tourdebellacoola/

Feel the spring buzz…birds, buds, bees, bears, bikers, babies, buddies and this beautiful home we call Bella Coola; discover it all on the Tour de Bella Coola.

Thanks to all the volunteers and support crew, without them the tour would not be possible – Rick Ratcliff, Kerry Boileau, BC Parks and Tweedsmuir Park Lodge,

Join us later in the month for Bike Week! May 25 – 31 with events for all types of riders with prizes and great food to celebrate the joy of biking.

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